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On those particularly difficult days where you may find yourself struggling to wake up and tackle the workday ahead, a simple cup of joe may not be exactly what you need to spark that morning jolt. Like many others, you may find yourself reaching for something more motivating, like an energy drink.

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The FDA does not regulate energy drinks because energy drinks are categorized as dietary supplements.

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The revenue of energy drinks is estimated to increase to over 233 billion U.S. dollars by 2027.

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Dr. Enuf, est. 1949, was one of the first energy drinks sold in America, and is still being produced today.

History

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Modern energy drink origins can be traced internationally to post-World War II Japan as an “energizing tonic” targeted towards blue-collar workers enduring long hours. Energy drinks contain stimulant chemicals such as caffeine and other ingredients that energize the central nervous system. Within today’s evolving, “on the go” mentality, energy has never been more in demand, and innovative entrepreneurs continue to find new ways to incorporate health and functionality within these beverages’ energizing intentions. Learn more from the experts at Flavorman on how you can build the perfect energy-enhanced beverage product that leaves consumers feeling refreshed, energized, and motivated to get through the workday.

(https://flavorman.com/how-do-energy-drinks-give-you-energy)

Key Considerations

  1. In addition to ingredients such as caffeine, energy drinks can also be carbonated and have sugar or other sweeteners, herbal extracts, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.
  2. Energy drinks may seem similar but differ from sports drinks, which are purposeful, functional beverages used to replace water and electrolytes like sodium, potassium, and magnesium – lost in sweat. They also provide carbohydrates that aid athletes who exercise intensely and regularly to prepare or recover from training.
  3. Although not heavily regulated by the FDA, energy drinks are generally considered safe, but like most things, they should be consumed in moderation.

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